joins us -- teresa garcia -- pardon me -- teresa garcia, there we go. she joins us now, pardon that. and tell us, how are the folks doing? we know folks on the east coast are resilient. but we just heard an interview with a gentleman, tough... >> reporter: well, yes. like the interview you just heard, it's heart-wrenching. people have these stories of just massive destruction, their lives turned around, personal belongings gone, many people also lost loved ones who died or got hurt. on the flip side from the heart- wrenching you have the heartwarming. people are really pulling together very resilient here in this community. many staying put because they say they doesn't want to go to shows shelters. they can make do in their homes. they survived sandy. they will put up with this nor and they also want protect their homes from looters. so they are pooling resources in the sense of generators or fireplaces or some ways they can heat up, share blankets and making do. this weather will change soon and they will have more ability to clean up. >> have you seen a lot of people evacuating?